From the bestselling author of The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry comes the final piece of the Harold Fry trilogy, revisiting the characters ten years on to tell a story about loss and love and forgiveness. Ten years after her husband, Harold Fry, made his extraordinary walk across England to try and save a dying friend, Maureen Fry makes her own pilgrimage, and although she packs a proper bag and takes the car, her trip will be equally transformative. Unlike her husband, Maureen does not make friends easily, and she is not entirely sure what she hopes to find at the end of the road, but this is a journey she knows she must make, whatever obstacles present themselves on the way. This is a novel about finding your place in the world, and discovering how we connect to each other; about loss, and love and learning to forgive others, and most of all ourselves.